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Cuban international clinic promotes quality of life


Health tourism

Havana's Cira García Central Clinic offers a broad range of personalized health services for patients from abroad visiting or residing in the country

Diplomats and their families, business people, residents from abroad, tourists on extended stays, and others are afforded the opportunity to consult medical experts who guide them through diagnoses and appropriate treatment of ailments, in accordance with their needs.

International Book Fair set to sell four million books from February to April

Feria del Libro

The International Book Fair, Cuba 2017, is scheduled to kick off in Havana, Feb 9th, and wind up in Santiago de Cuba, April 16th with 300 guests in attendance.

Dedicated to renowned Cuban intellectual and thinker, Armando Hart Dávalos, and to Canada, the event’s main venue will be the San Carlos de la Cabaña Fortress in the Cuban capital, with 300 guests from 37 countries and the participation of 86 Cuban publishing houses.

Why a blockade and not an embargo?

Bloqueo contra Cuba


Although the United States didn’t fully implement the blockade against Cuba until February 7, 1962, it had been applying similar policies against the island since 1959

WHO rewards Cuba's Henry Reeve Contingent for international solidarity efforts

Brigada Medica


On January 31, the World Health Organization (WHO) awarded its Prize for Public Health to Cuba's Henry Reeve Contingent, in recognition of its international solidarity efforts combating natural disasters and serious epidemics.

According to a statement released by the Cuban Embassy in Geneva, cited by PL, the decision was unanimously reached during the 140th session of the WHO Executive Board.

Cuban tourism expected to grow


This year Cuba expects to receive 4,200,000 visitors, after over four million arrived to the island in 2016